A round-up of the Doctor Who television, comic and convention news. We’ve got comic previews, show announcements and awesome convention cosplay.
§ NICE ART: Kevin Wada drew Roman Reigns on Twitter, explaining, “Well, he’s hot.” Agreed! Now do Seth Rollins! Wada also tweeted these sweeeeeeeeet pinbacks which he will have for sale at Emerald City Comic Con. We suggest getting there early, as these will not last. https://twitter.com/kevinwada/status/823931067778285569 Lil Devil will be available at #ECCC 😈 […]
He’s written for Martian Manhunter and Rebirth: Suicide Squad. But before all that, he wrote for the Doctor. We talk to Rob Williams about his work on two years of the Eleventh Doctor for Titan Comics.
Eventually we speak about their Torchwood comics, of course, but that’s an oversimplification of the interview which stretched way over time (thanks Titan!) and covered John’s not-so-secret costume to walk the floor of SDCC, how their familial relationship helps them be more honest about their work, and their intimate knowledge of each other’s bathroom habits. Try not to fall in love with these rambunctious siblings, I dare you.
Yesterday Doctor Who: Supremacy of the Cybermen, was released. We talked with series co-writer Cavan Scott about how it felt to turn his attention to other Doctors, how he solves writing conflicts, and his first contact with the sinister Cybermen.
Don’t know what to check out? How about a free sample before your free comic hunting begins? We’ve got art from the FCBD issues of two popular Titan Comics titles: Doctor Who and Assassin’s Creed.
The fab four return in Titan’s summer Doctor Who crossover comic event, and they’re bringing Cybermen to the party. In addition to the July 6 launch of John Barrowman’s Torchwood comic series event, Titan announced today that a five issue, bi-weekly series featuring Doctors Nine through Twelve will kick off that same day.
The Ninth Doctor, Rose Tyler and Captain Jack Harkness are together again in Cavan Scott’s new adventure!
It’s a hall of mirrors and every reflection bears the smiling face of Captain Jack Harkness! Titan comics announced today that a new Torchwood series will join their Doctor Who comic book universe, with issue one penned by the indefatigable John Barrowman.
Wizard World Portland gets the Time Lord treatment in an exclusive variant cover for the upcoming show in February.